How likely is there more support from co-workers, managers, and other healthcare workers in implementing the innovation? 21. How likely will more healthcare workers implement the innovation? 22. How likely do the healthcare workers have more knowledge regarding how to implement the innovation?
Who cares? When we get asked the question ¨How are you?¨ how do you respond. Do you respond with okay or with a negative remark? How should you respond? Has it come to the point where our country has stopped caring about each other?
The justification of this study lies on two main reasons: Mauritius' relatively new in the e-commerce sector and the lack of real study in the Mauritian context.The research will also help in understanding the level of adoption of Ecommerce, identifying the different factors which affect or contribute to the success of e-commerce in the retail industry. The study will investigate the prospective of e-commerce in the Mauritian retail industry and determine if this can be a potential reality. Hopefully, the findings of this thesis will help discover where Mauritius stands and what strategies it can employ to enhance the growth of this sector. The paper has been structured as follows: firstly we have a thorough literature review that critically examines the different factors affecting the consumer behaviour as regards to e-commerce in the retail industry. Secondly, a methodology that describes the collection of data included together with highlights of limitations and thirdly key findings analysed and interpreted followed by some useful recommendations.
The contribution of the insurance industry to the GDP of the country increased from 2.8% in 2009 to 3.1% in 2013 (FSC, 2014). Local Insurance business is classified into long term Insurance Business (Life); and General Insurance Business (non-life). The insurance business is largely private-owned and is dominated by a few players. The Mauritian non-life market has consolidated and this consolidation has left the market with four major players, the largest of whom commands around 30% of the market. In 2011, Axco ranked Mauritius as the 108th non-life market in the world and the 60th life market.
Abstract The purpose of the analysis is to study the relationship between direct taxes and indirect taxes and the impact on the economic growth of Mauritius. Introduction One of the issues which have arisen throughout history in taxation is the proper combination of direct taxes and indirect taxes. Taxation is often referred as a compulsory contribution to the revenue imposed by the government on employees’ income, business gains, added to the cost of some goods, services and transaction. Failure to pay the MRA by the date imposed by the government the person will be liable to a penalty of 10% of the tax due and to interest rate of 1% per month or part of the month during which the tax remains unpaid. Tax is not considered as a voluntary payment